Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Langerado Music Festival on 2008-03-09
Langerado Music Festival,
Big Cypress, FL
Source: (FOB) JW MODDED AKG 463's (DIN) > Lunatec V3(Opti-Mod) > JB3 (16/44.1 )
Location: FOB - 5 feet ROC, Approx. 75 feet away @ 10 feet high
Recorded and transferred by Larry - FLDEADHEAD.
Mastered by Alex Ford.
d1t02 Sugar Magnolia >
d1t03 The Wheel tease >
d1t04 Uncle John's Band >
d1t05 The Wheel >
d1t06 Cumberland Blues
d1t07 Gone Wanderin' >
d1t08 Cumberland Blues (reprise)
d1t09 Help On The Way >
d1t10 Slipknot! >
d1t11 Franklin's Tower
d2t02 China Cat Sunflower >
d2t03 I Know You Rider
d2t04 New Speedway Boogie >
d3t01 A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall
d3t02 Unbroken Chain >
d3t03 Telstar# (Phil/Molo/Molitz) >
d3t04 The Golden Road to Unlimited Devotion >
d3t05 Viola Lee Blues
d3t06 Donor Rap / Band Intros
d3t07 Casey Jones
- # 1st time played
- SBE Free. EAC log included w/ this fileset.
- EAC and mastering by Alex Ford.
- Winds 5-10 mph and Partly Cloudy Set 1, Winds 0-5 mph and Clear Set 20.
- *= lowered to 8 feet halfway thru set 2 per request of IClips cause my Mics were on the screen shots.
as I was dead on Phil's Mic. Was funny seing my Mics up on the screens on Phil's stomach...lol
Highlights abound; all of set 1 rocks, but the real goods start with that New Speedway > Hard Rain. The latter is really quite a surprise - listen to Jackie Greene handle the final verse of the song, esp. those here grumbling about the vocals in general. Too many times Dylan songs are played as a matter of course by too many bands (incl. Dylan himself); here they make this old classic sound brand-new.
Unbroken Chain has a jam in the middle that absolutely, SERIOUSLY *commands* your attention, and all that Telstar stuff takes us out to the galaxy's edge (but ZERO stars for that dude who insists on talking through the damned thing - goes to show that no matter how good taping technology gets, you still can't account for those with serious attention-span deficits.)
Subject: Stomp in the swamp
Cumberland and New Speedway are standouts for me.
Subject: whole set sick!
Subject: Phil Lesh Photos - On Stage and Backstage at Langerado
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Langerado Music Festival Photos
Langerado Photos 2008
Big Cypress, Florida
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well done archive.org
and the winner..4
b/c of the volume and our age...
we dont really deserve 5's at our age
Subject: Thanks for the kind words....
PLF lineup is gelling quite nicely, had a chance to see 2 shows at the Nokia Theatre last November and hopefully will get to see them a few times this summer.!!
Enjoy and Spread the Tunes.
Thanks again Alex for the upload, You Rock.!!
Subject: Ants in my pants and I gots to dance...
was Langerado 08... Im and old man, and haven't
camped like that in many moons....
Phil and Jackie really delivered.... danced
my ant=bitten caboose off!!!!
God Bless whoever posted this record...
Subject: sick set
Subject: Incredible show
Subject: This show ROCKED!
Subject: Phil N Phrends sound better than ever
Subject: Jackie Greene ok???
Good recording also.
Subject: Phils Voice
An automatic 5 stars just to equalize Gloomy Gus McFlat Top.
Happy birthday, Mr. Lesh!
-BMF (Gratefully a listener since 1966)
Subject: New vocalist?
OH, and HAPPY BIRTHDAY PHIL!
Subject: Good jams, flat vocals
Jackie Green(e?) is ok but nothing to write home about.
Subject: who's the guy with the haircut?
jackie green, folks!!
kept hearing that around the crowd. everyone was obviously impressed.
the band was tight, jazzy, and well rested. the 30 minute headcount commercial in between sets was really offputting, though, and i think made people lose interest. the second set was amazing, but it didn't get the energy from the crowd it deserved.
*a mellow help on the way > an awesome slipknot really got the juices flowing. sage-burning guy was spinning really really fast.
*golden road made my night. nuff said
*i'm sad casey jones didn't get the crowd going enough to keep the house lights off. buzzkill. i still blame the commercial.
great sound quality... thanks Larry!
i have to amend my comment on the headcount commercial (and it WAS a commercial). people in the jam band community are ambivalent about politics, but no more than the rest of the general population. in fact, i would wager that jammers and heads probably feel MORE passionately about politics than the general populace. it's just that when you go to see a phil show, you want to be rocked... though my face was surely stolen, the 30 minute interlude took something away from the entire experience.
it could have just been the drugs, though...
love you guys!
Subject: Great show!
Subject: Once again Phil and Friends delivers the goods
I think my only disappointment was that I expected Phil to invite some "special guests". Warren Haynes for one. Unfortunately that never came to fruition. Still the show was amazing from start to finish. Every song was tight. The band appeared to be enjoying themselves. I also liked the fact that no matter where I was in the crowd, I was always in the Phil Zone.
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